Southeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 6th, 2014

Little Lehigh Creek (Lehigh County) — Sulphurs were hatching in mid-May. Caddis pupae and Crane flies were productive.

Lake Nockamixon (Bucks County) — A few nice walleyes were reported, including a 27-incher on a Thunderstick. The crappie bite was good around Haycock Bridge as conditions allowed.

Lake Ontelaunee/Peter’s Creek (Berks County) — Nice-size crappies and yellow perch were reported at Peter’s Creek on small jigs and plastic grubs. Nice-size catfish were hitting chicken livers and crawlers off West Shore Drive near the old bridge in the lake.

Blue Marsh Lake (Berks County)  — Channel catfish were hitting liver and crawlers at the PF&BC Sheidy Access near Bernville, and in the Tulpehocken arm of the lake. Nice-size crappies were biting live minnows near downed trees in the Mount  Pleasant area. Bass fishing was a little slow.

Octararo Lake (Chester County) — Some nice crappies were reported, with sizes running up to 13 inches around blown-down trees in the water. Fathead minnows about 5 feet under small pencil bobbers were productive at the right depth. Anglers were catching nice fish along the Spruce Grove Road and Route 472 causeways.

Lake Grubb (Columbia County) — Bluegills up to 10 inches were reported in recent weeks.

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